It is that time again, the Human Services Club will be hosting their annual book sale to support the Felicia Claxton Memorial Scholarship. DATES: November 16 & 17 TIME: 9:00-1:00 PLACE: Floyd Campus Student Center Hope to see you there! Pick up your books for the Thanksgiving Break.
The Human Services Club is Sticking to Positive Messaging. You will start to notice little sticky notes around campus (in Rome) with positive messages. We are asking anyone who wants to participate please get a colorful sticky note and post a positive message. Thanks for participating. We really believe that saying something positive can change […]
On October 20 the Human Services Club will be “GOING PINK!” We are asking that faculty, staff, and students dress in pink on that day. At 12:15 We will have a Parade of Pink. Prizes will be given for the best “PINK OUT.” Wear as much pink as you can. There will be a prize […]
I cleaned out my closets this weekend and I have Master’s Robes that I am willing to loan (or give away) for the Inauguration next week if anyone needs them. Please contact Susan Claxton 706 368 7624 or firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
I am looking for 5 Sharks! The Introduction to Human Services class will be presenting mock grant proposals on October 6 from 2:00-4:30 in F 150 on the Rome Campus. What I need from you: I am looking for 5 “Sharks” for the students to pitch their proposal to for funding. If you have every […]
GHC’s Old Red Kimono will be sponsoring a Reception and Book Signing for Susan Claxton on January 29 on the Rome Campus. Fourteen years in the making, “Just Keep Praying: A Journey About Life, Death, and Living” will take you on a journey that will forever change how you look at life an death. When […]
GHC’s Old Red Kimono will be sponsoring a book signing and reception for Susan Claxton on January 29, 2015. When Susan heard these words she felt sick. “No. There is no heartbeat.” Fourteen years in the making, “Just Keep Praying: A Journey About Life, Death, and Living” will take you on a journey that could […]
I just want to say thank you to all you participated in the Going Pink Activities on Thursday, October 17. We had a great time. The faculty/staff winners were: 1st Place Eileen Walker and tied for second Nancy Applegate and Allison Lampkin. I think the prize for the most Pink Office goes to Admissions/Registrar!
On October 17 the GHC Human Services Club will sponsor a Pink Out event to heighten Breast Cancer Awareness. A prize will be given to the “Best Pinked-Out” Student and to a Faculty/Staff Member. In addition, Susan Oates from Paint Georgia Pink will be a guest on the GHC Coffee Break that will air later […]
On September 20 GHC hosted the 2nd Annual Suicide Prevention Coalition Conference. The Department of Behavior Health and Development Disabilities, the Human Services Club along with Floyd Healing Hearts and SPAN-GA sponsored the event. Coalitions throughout Georgia attended. Mayor Evie McNiece, County Commissioner Rhonda Wallace, and Dr. Renva Watterson, GHC Interim President all welcomed the […]